A place for me to post about my miniature gaming hobby experiences. This will hopefully include some advice and information that will be useful to others who share this hobby. Mostly it will be a way for me to keep track of my progress on various gaming projects.
Olympus is approached by a very threatening looking stranger. Hera, Aphrodite, Dionysus, and the inexperienced Hephaestus prepare to defend the settlement from the create they take to calling the butcher. Hera wears a full suit of rawhide armor and carries bone darts so she can attack at a distance. Aphrodite has some rawhide armor and carries the mighty scrap sword. The other two wear only cloth, but Dionysus is armed with the bone axe, and Hephaestus in his first encounter carries the king spear and can therefore strike at a distance. Having no idea what to expect, the four survivors march out to the edge of the settlement to face the approaching butcher. They can assume from his menacing bearing that he does not come in peace.
Since I've been playing Warhammer Quest again, I couldn't help but notice that my old rule books were looking a bit worn. They have been around a long time, and since they have a lot of tables and charts to reference, especially in the roleplay book, they get flipped through a lot. There's also no way to replace them if they get damaged or worn out, because the game has been out of print for a very long time. Because I expect to continue my Warhammer Quest campaigns with my current parties for some time into the future, I decided I should do something to preserve the books and keep them usable for as long as possible. What I ended up doing is disassembling all the books before laminating each page and spiral binding them back up. This should keep them well protected long into the future. Have a look below for the results and how I achieved them.